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06 Sep 2011, 11:08

Day 16: 2/09/11

Took notes and worked out the incorrect problems in the following chapters from the MGMAT FDPs guide. Chapter 1: Digits and Decimals Chapter 2: Fractions
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06 Sep 2011, 11:10

Day 17: 3/09/11

Took notes and worked out the incorrect problems in the following chapters from the MGMAT FDPs guide. Chapter 3: Percents Chapter 4: FDPs Chapter 7: FDPs - Advanced
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06 Sep 2011, 11:15

Day 18: 4/09/11

Took notes and worked out the incorrect problems in the following chapters from the MGMAT Equations, Inequalities and VICs Guide. Chapter 1: Basic Equations Chapter 2: Equations with Exponents Chapter 3: Quadratic Equations Chapter 4: Formulas Chapter 5: Functions
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06 Sep 2011, 11:16

Day 19: 5/09/11

Took notes and worked out the incorrect problems in the following chapters from the MGMAT Equations, Inequalities and VICs Guide. Chapter 6: Inequalities Chapter 7: VICs
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09 Sep 2011, 01:10

Day 20: 6/09/11

Took notes and worked out the incorrect problems in the following chapters from the MGMAT Equations, Inequalities and VICs Guide. Chapter 10: Equations Advanced Chapter 11: Formulas and Functions Advanced
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09 Sep 2011, 01:12

Day 21: 7/09/11

Took notes and worked out the incorrect problems in the following chapters from the MGMAT Equations, Inequalities and VICs Guide. Chapter 12: Inequalities Advanced Chapter 13: Additional VICs problems
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18 Sep 2011, 23:14

Day 22 to Day 32: 8/09/11 to 17/09/11

Thorough review of errors in MGMAT tests (MGMAT 1 to MGMAT 5). This took quite a lot of time and I used to get a headache whenever I reviewed 700-800 level questions.

Day 33: 18/09/11

Took MGMAT 6. Scored 740 (50Q, 41V) with 95% in quant, 93% in verbal and 98% overall. I couldn't believe my eyes. . Took Princeton Review free test to make sure this wasn't a mistake. Scored 690 (48Q, 34V). Was happy with my quant score.
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21 Sep 2011, 12:46

Day 36: 21/09/11

Completed the 4th chapter on the MGMAT SC guide and took notes. 4. Parallelism

Worked out 50 PS problems from the OG Review. The difficulty level is low, so I spent very little time doing these questions. Taking notes is a really pain. . Hope it's worth it in the end.
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Took the Knewton CAT today and scored 640 (40Q, 40V). Overall percentile - 74 with 55% in quant and 89% in verbal. Made 10 mistakes in quant and 6 on verbal. My target is to reduce these mistakes to less than 5 on each section.
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